10 Most Admired Companies in the World

Steve Jobs and Apple iPadA news released by VivaNews quoted from Fortune magazine about the list of 50 companies in the world to be admired, obtained from the survey results are presented to entrepreneurs in the United States to choose which companies they admire from every industry.

The list includes a wide range of industries, such as technology, food, airlines, chemicals, computers, electronics, energy, etc. as well as measuring the extent to which innovation is conducted by the company.


The company covers different fields, such as Apple, Google, Microsoft and Amazon are dabbling in the internet world, then Berkshire Hathaway in the insurance industry, Southwest Airlines in the field of low-cost airline, and then Procter & Gamble in soap and cosmetics industry.

McDonald's StoreOther business sectors such as food and beverage industry is occupied by Coca Cola and McDonald’s, and FedEx on the shipping industry.

It is interesting when looking at this list is the fact that the popularity of the companies engaged in the world of internet services, it shows the time dependence of humans on the internet and related industries with it.

As an example of first place occupied by Apple Corp. admired for its speed in the release of technology products, characterized by products such as the iPad, iPhone and others.

Here’s a list of 10 world’s most admired companies:

1. Apple
2. Google
3. Berkshire Hathaway
4. Southwest Airlines
5. Procter & Gamble
6. Coca Cola
7. Amazon
8. FedEx
9. Microsoft
10. McDonald’s

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(Source VivaNews, Fortune /Images VivaNews)

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